Foreigner’s one-time frontman Lou Gramm is seeing his autobiography arrive in stores today.

In “Juke Box Hero: My Five Decades in Rock ‘n’ Roll” the singer is opening up about his life, giving an honest account of the highs and lows that came as the lead singer of one of rock’s biggest bands. ┬áHe also shares his personal struggles with addiction as well as his health challenges, including facing a life-threatening brain tumor.

Gramm was the vocalist for many top-40 hits including “Cold as Ice”, “Waiting for a Girl Like You”, “I Want to Know What Love Is” and his solo hit “Midnight Blue”. In 2009, the Lou Gramm Band released their self-titled album of┬áChristian rock.

Gramm is heading out on a small book tour of the east coast. More on Gramm at his official website here.



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